Not all scandals are about sex in Hollywood, look what Johnny Depp just did to stun fans

Johnny Depp might have taken his role as rum loving Captain Jack Sparrow a touch too far last week.

The “Pirates of the Caribbean” star was at the London premiere for his new movie, “Murder on the Orient Express,” walking unsteady and smelling of alcohol, and needed his security guard to hold him and walk him into Royal Albert Hall, The Sun reported.

A source told The Sun that the actor was partying hard, at a club named The Box, the night before the Thursday premiere and said that “Everyone thought he’d been drinking.”

“Johnny was having big old night and was told off for smoking three times while inside,” the source said.

“He was annoyed people were staring at him too.

“But on the night of the premiere, he was in a strange mood and everyone thought he’d been drinking,” the source, who told the Sun that the 54-year-old actor was complaining about his split from Amber Heard.

“You can see why there are still some serious fears about his well-being,” the source said.

Depp followed that performance with another wacky one on “The Graham Norton Show” on Friday where he described his ream of going to Disneyland dressed as his Sparrow character and acting like a statue.

“I was very excited to stand rock still and then shout out (in Jack’s voice), “Oi, what you looking at?” I got no reaction whatsoever – nothing! I then had to start describing the people I was shouting at so they knew I was real… it was exhausting and such a bad idea,” Depp said.

But fans thought he looked high or drunk as he was on the show.

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